Research participation in Moreton Bay regional project

31 August 2023

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Hi Chamber Members,

I am reaching out today from Voconiq on behalf of the University of Sunshine Coast and The City of Moreton Bay who are conducting the second year of their research project which focuses on developing an evidence base about what helps and hinders regional reputation.

The research also intends to benchmark the Moreton Bay region’s reputation among new and existing businesses.

The results from year one were fascinating and important to Moreton Bay, which can be found here: .

The launch date for year two is 28th of August and will run until the 8th of October.

We believe the membership of the Chamber would make a valuable contribution to this research and appreciate an opportunity to influence and inform regional reputation priorities, but we need your help to spread the word and let business owners and managers know how they can participate.

The survey takes less than 15 minutes, and it’s completely confidential.

To participate go to:

This is a great opportunity to influence and inform regional reputation priorities.

In return, participants will be offered the opportunity to receive a highlight of the research findings and be invited to an exclusive webinar to discuss the findings of the research.

We do hope you will consider helping us in our mission to spread the word about this important research.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to hearing from you, should you have any questions or would like to discuss anything further.


Marcos Kemp

Project Support Officer| Voconiq | 1800 232 836 | +61 413 386 312

Leonard Whittaker

Leonard Whittaker is the Principal of Action Cycle Learning, an active member of the Chamber he serves on the Cultural Inclusiveness Committees as well as acting as the Chamber's Administrator. He is also achieved the designation of Chamber Lifetime Membership.

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